Situated on Olympic Boulevard in the historic heart of Moscow’s Meshchansky district, the Class A business centre Diamond Hall could be called the city’s new landmark in terms of office buildings.
The synergy between two separate projects inside Diamond Hall — a theatre complex and an office space, united within an airy, many-storeyed atrium— is highly unusual. Behind this is the concept of a business space as well as a space for artistic pursuits.
Thanks to there being a number of ways of accessing the office centre, Diamond Hall can be reached avoiding congestion at any time of the day or night, either by public or private transport.
Diamond Hall’s outer aspect is dictated by the general composition of concave and circular structures in this part of the city: Durov Corner and the Olympic sports complex.
Architectural specifications for Diamond Hall business centre: a monolithic structure with an overall area of 61,500 sq. m. (office area: 33,500 sq. m.).
Diamond Hall is equipped with 24-hour video surveillance systems and security guards, an access and entry control system, eight high-speed ORONA elevators, and 476 parking places for tenants and guests, situated underground.
For the tenants’ convenience, the building has a banking facility and payment terminals, as well as a café and restaurant with business-lunch menu. Installed on each floor are vending machines serving light snacks and hot and cold drinks.